Hmm… I can only really think of a few things, but none are perfect and two assume that you have some sort of website for your users; or just a landing page.
Rather than having them bookmark the link itself, you could have them bookmark a shared view with just the link to the form.
Or, if you do have a site to embed it on, you could embed that view with the link to click.
Lastly, similar to the post linked below, if you do have a website and can edit the source code, you may be able to embed it into the URL there.
I ran into the same problem today and found your post. I was able to work around my issue in the source-code for my web app, where I have my form links embedded.
If you have access to the source-code, you may be able to get around this in a similar fashion.
My app is a Ruby on Rails app, so in the controller for the page I have my links embedded in, I just made an instance variable @today = DateTime.now which will be available to that view.
Then in the view, I interpolated that v…
Wish I could help more! If you do get it figured out, definitely let me know.